What do investors love?
In January, it was international stock funds.
Morningstar reports that investors pumped more than $8.1 billion into international stock funds - the largest monthly inflow since Dec. 2007.
That's roughly triple what they put into domestic stock funds.
Investors are chasing the hot thing. Last year, China, Pacific Basin funds outside of Japan, even European stock funds beat U.S. stock funds.
More on that soon. I'm working on a column about international investing.
I'm not scared off the topic by the crisis in Europe and I would hope you would not be.
So for fun, I'll give a (virtual) high five to anyone who can tell me the level of debt in Greece vs. GDP. A second high five if you can do the same numbers for the U.S.